Richard A. Paselk

RESEARCH & SCHOLARLY PUBLICATIONS/PRESENTATIONS

  1. Daniel Levy and Richard A. Paselk. The Trifluoroacetylation of Insulin, Biochim. Biophys. Acta., 310, 398-405 (1973).
  2. Richard A. Paselk and Daniel Levy. Fluorine Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Studies of Trifluoroacetyl-insulin Derivatives: Effects of pH on conformation and Aggregation. Biochemistry. 13, 3340-3346 (1974).
  3. Richard A. Paselk and Daniel Levy. Synthesis of Several Trifluoroacetyl-insulin Derivatives. Biochim. Biophys. Acta., 359, 215-221 (1974).
  4. Daniel Levy and Richard A. Paselk. Fluorine Magnetic Resonance Studies of Trifluoroacetyl-insulin Derivatives: Effects of pH on Conformation and Aggregation. Fed. Proc., 33, 1306 (Abstract, 1974).
  5. Richard A. Paselk and Daniel Levy. Fluorine Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Studies of Trifluoroacetyl-insulin Derivatives: Effects of Salts and Denaturants. Biochim. Biophys. Acta., 439, 479-491 (1976).
  6. Steven A. Smith and Richard A. Paselk. Heart Rate Response Thresholds to Olfactory Stimulation in the Turkey Vulture, Cathartes aura. 28th Annual Southwestern Assn. of Naturalists Meeting (Abstract, 1982).
  7. Steven A. Smith and Richard A. Paselk. Olfactory Sensitivity of the Turkey Vulture (Cathartes aura), to three carrion-associated odorants. The Auk, 103, 586-592, (1986).
  8. Richard A. Paselk. The Evolution of the Abbé Refractometer. Bulletin of the Scientific Instrument Society, 62, 19 (1999). [also on the web at http://www.humboldt.edu/~rap1/MuseumProject/Essays/EvolAbbeRef/EvolAbbeRef.htm]
  9. Richard A. Paselk. The Scientific Instruments and Observations of Alexander von Humboldt. Alexander von Humboldt Conference 2001. Humboldt State University, Arcata, CA (June 18, 2001). Invited paper.
  10. Richard A. Paselk. How Small Institutions Implement Large Web Sites. Museums and the Web 2002. (Abstract) [published on CD-ROM and on the web at http://www.archimuse.com/mw2002/abstracts/prg_165000637.html] (2002).
  11. Richard A. Paselk. From Virtual To Reality-How The Web Led To The Creation of The Robert A. Paselk Scientific Instrument Museum. Museums and the Web 2002. [published on CD-ROM and on the web at http://www.archimuse.com/mw2002/papers/paselk/paselk.html] (2002).
  12. Richard A. Paselk. From Virtual To Reality: Using the Web to Initiate a New Museum. Museums and the Web 2002. (Abstract) [published on CD-ROM and on the web at http://www.archimuse.com/mw2002/abstracts/prg_170000683.html] (2002).
  13. Richard A. Paselk. The Chemical Refractometer. XXII Scientific Instrument Symposium of the International Union of the History and Philosophy of Science. The Mariner's Museum, Newport News VA (Paper, 2003).
  14. Richard A. Paselk. A Modern Interpretation of a Medieval Torquetum. XXII Scientific Instrument Symposium of the International Union of the History and Philosophy of Science. The Mariner's Museum, Newport News VA (Poster, 2003).
  15. Richard A. Paselk. From virtual to reality: The making of the Robert A. Paselk Scientific Instrument Museum. Scientific Instrument Collections in the University. Dartmouth College, Hanover New Hampshire (Paper; June, 2004).
  16. Richard A. Paselk. The Chemical Refractometer. NUNCIUS Annali di Storia della Scienza, XIX, fasc. 2 (2004).
  17. Richard A. Paselk. The Scientific Instruments and Observations of Alexander von Humboldt. in Homage to Alexander von Humboldt. Travel Literature to and from Latin America XV through XXI Centuries. ACTAS. pp 137-141 (2005).
  18. Richard A. Paselk. Session Organizer and Presider The Art, Science, and Technology of Medival Travel V: Medieval Navigational Instruments. 41st International Congress on Medieval Studies, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo MI (May, 2006).
  19. Richard A. Paselk. Medieval Tools of Navigation, an Overview. 41st International Congress on Medieval Studies, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo MI (Paper; May, 2006).
  20. Richard A. Paselk. Craft Knowledge in Understanding Scientific Instruments. XXV Scientific Instrument Symposium of the International Union of the History and Philosophy of Science. Jagiellonian University Museum, Krakow, Poland (Paper, 2006).
  21. Richard A. Paselk. Medieval Tools of Navigation, an Overview (extended abstract). AVISTA Forum Journal. 16 (1/2) pp 28–29, (Fall 2006).
  22. Richard A. Paselk. Navigational Instruments: Measurement of Altitude, in The Oxford Encyclopedia of Maritime History. John B. Hattendorf (ed.). Oxford University Press, Oxford (2007).
  23. Richard A. Paselk. A Distributed Museum Linked by the Web, SICU2 : An International Workshop on  Historic Scientific Instrument Collections in the University, University of Mississippi, Oxford, MS (Paper, June 2007).
  24. Richard A. Paselk. The Instruments and Intentions of Alexander von Humboldt: the South American Expedition of 1799-1804. XXVI Symposium of the Scientific Instrument Commission of the International Union for the History and Philosophy of Science, Scientific Instrumentation on the Frontier. Harvard University & Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA (Paper, 2007).
  25. Organizer and Presenter (with the assistance of Professor Richard Kremer, Dartmouth University), "Tools and Techniques of Traditional Instrument Makers" a hands-on workshop for scholars and museum professionals using the fabrication of a working brass navigational quadrant to explore traditional makers methods. XXVI Symposium of the Scientific Instrument Commission of the International Union for the History and Philosophy of Science, Scientific Instrumentation on the Frontier. Harvard University & Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA (Sept. 2007).
  26. Richard A. Paselk. Medieval Tools of Navigation, an Overview, in The Art, Science, and Technology of Medieval Travel. Robert Bork and Andrea Kann (ed.). Ashgate (2008).
  27. Richard A. Paselk. The Display of 20th-Century Scientific Instruments at Humboldt State University. XXIX Symposium of the Scientific Instrument Commission of the International Union for the History and Philosophy of Science. Florence, Italy (Paper, 2010).
  28. Richard A. Paselk. The Display of Twentieth-Century Scientific Instruments at Humboldt State University. In Silke Ackerman, Richard Kremer & Mara Miniati (Eds.) Scientific Instruments on Display [History of Science and Medicine Library, Volume 46 / Scientific Instruments and Collections, Volume 4] (pp 148–158). Brill Academic Pub, Leiden (2014). A pdf is available here.

Underlined name signifies actual presenter(s) for posters, panels etc.

EDUCATIONAL PUBLICATIONS/PRESENTATIONS

  1. Richard A. Paselk, Technical Editor and contributing photographer, Eugene Lombard. Mimetic Ecology Series...Camoflage Parts I, II and III. ; filmstrip series published by Mt. San Jacinto College (1976).
  2. Richard A. Paselk and Roger Bauer.  Chemistry 300 Laboratory Manual.  Published by 49'er Print Shops, CSULB (1976).
  3. * Richard A. Paselk. A Quality Control Experience for Students of Clinical Chemistry and Medical Technology. J. Chem Educ., 57, 441 (1980).
  4. * Richard A. Paselk. An Inexpensive Instrument for Demonstrating Automated Chemical Analysis. J. Chem. Educ., 59, 64 (1982).
  5. * Richard A. Paselk. Demonstrating Color-Wavelength Relations. J. Chem. Educ., 59, 383 (1982).
  6. * Richard A. Paselk. An Experiment for Introducing Statistics to Students of Analytical and Clinical Chemistry, J. Chem. Educ., 62, 536 (1985).
  7. Mervin P. Hanson and Richard A. Paselk. Interactive Access to the Atomic Orbitals of Hydrogen: A thousand points of light. Pacific Basin Chemical Congress, Honolulu (Dec. 1989).
  8. Richard A. Paselk and Richard Harper. Visualization of the Abstract in Chemistry: Atomic Orbitals. Feature presentation at Humboldt State University MacFest '90 (February 15, 1990).
  9. R.A. Paselk, M.P. Hanson, J.B. Russell, R.L. Harper. Visualization of the Abstract in Chemistry: A Sampler. Encyclomedia. Apple Computer Inc. (1990).
  10. Richard A. Paselk and Richard Harper. Visualization of the Abstract in Chemistry: Atomic Orbitals. Seminar Presentation, Addison-Wesley & Benjamin/Cummings Science Workshop, Palm Beach Community College, Lake Worth, Florida (April 7, 1990).
  11. Richard A. Paselk. Visualization of the Abstract in Chemistry. MacAdemia, University of California, Berkeley. (Sept. 22, 1990).
  12. Richard A. Paselk. Visualization of the Abstract in Chemistry. Concurrent Session IV-3, EDUCOM '90. Atlanta, GA. (Oct. 17, 1990).
  13. Richard A. Paselk. Atomic Orbitals. MacFest '91. Humboldt State University (KBR) (April 19, 1991)
  14. * Richard A. Paselk. Scientific Visualization for Students of General College Chemistry. Instructional Computing Update, 2, 5 (1991).
  15. R.A. Paselk, M.P. Hanson, J.B. Russell, R.L. Harper. Using computers for visualizing the abstract in beginning chemistry. Symposium on the Use of Educational Technology in the Liberal Arts Chemistry Course-II. 203rd American Chemical Society National Meeting, San Francisco, (April 8, 1992).
  16. R.A. Paselk, M.P. Hanson, J.B. Russell, R.L. Harper. Atomic Orbitals and Lewis Structures: Visualization software for the Macintosh. Division of Chemical Education Inc.-Posters, General. 203rd American Chemical Society National Meeting, San Francisco, (April 9, 1992).
  17. R.A. Paselk, M.P. Hanson, J.B. Russell. Visualizing the Abstract in Beginning Chemistry on the Mac and Videotape. 12th Biennial Conference on Chemical Education, UC Davis, (August 5, 1992).
  18. R.A. Paselk, M.P. Hanson, J.B. Russell, R.L. Harper. Atomic Orbitals and Lewis Structures: Visualization software for the Macintosh. 1992 National Science Foundation Chemistry software developers workshop. California State University, Fullerton, (August 7­8, 1992).
  19. R.A. Paselk, M.P. Hanson, J.B. Russell, R.L. Harper. VSEPR Structures-a highly interactive chemistry software learning environment. 1993 National Science Foundation Chemistry software developers workshop. California State University, Fullerton, (January 7, 1994).
  20. Paselk, Richard A., M.P. Hanson, R.L. Harper, J.B. Russell. Computers, Abstract Visualization, and Instruction in Beginning Chemistry. NSF-Catalysed Curriculum Development Symposium, 207th American Chemical Society National Meeting, San Diego CA. (March 15, 1994).
  21. * Paselk, Richard A. Visualization of the Abstract in General Chemistry. J. Chem. Ed., 71, 225 (1994).
  22. Paselk, Richard A., M.P. Hanson, R.L. Harper, J.B. Russell. Visualization of the Abstract in Chemistry. Project Impact: Disseminating Innovation in Undergraduate Education-NSF Conference, Arlington VA (May 31­June 3, 1994).
  23. Paselk, Richard A. Visualization of the Abstract in Chemistry. Together We Can Make It Work In Southern California QEM Network Conference on Mathematics, Science, and Engineering (MSE). Newport Beach, CA (Nov. 19,1994).
  24. Paselk, Richard A. The Chemical Bonding Series CD-ROM, An Example of Multimedia Production at HSU. Technology in the Classroom Workshop. HSU, Arcata, CA (Oct. 31 1995).
  25. Paselk, Richard A. Interactive Multimedia Visualization of Chemical Bonding The Seventh National Conference on College Teaching and Learning. Jacksonville, FL (Mar. 22, 1996).
  26. Paselk, Richard A. The Chemical Bonding Series (Software Fair/Poster Session Presentation) The Seventh National Conference on College Teaching and Learning. Jacksonville, FL (Mar. 21 & 22, 1996).
  27. Paselk, Richard A. Academic web-sites: Faculty design and creation. 1999 CSU Computational Chemistry Conference. Humboldt State University, Arcata, CA. (July 10, 1999)
  28. Zoellner, R. W. and Paselk, R. A.; Molecular modeling and computational chemistry at Humboldt State University. Fourteenth National Conference on Undergraduate Research (NCUR 2000). Missoula, MT; (April 2000).
  29. *Paselk, Richard A. and Robert W. Zoellner. Molecular modeling and computational chemistry at Humboldt State University. J. Chem. Ed. 79, 1192 (2002).
  30. Paselk, Richard A. Bonding and Bond Formation (instructional technology module), peer reviewed and published in MERLOT (Multimedia Educational Resources for Learning and Online Teaching). (2007)

* Published articles in journals.
Underlined name signifies actual presenter(s) for posters, panels etc.

PUBLISHED EDUCATIONAL SOFTWARE & VIDEO

  1. Richard A. Paselk, Richard Harper, Mervin P. Hanson, and John B. Russell. Visualization of the Abstract in Chemistry: A Sampler. EncycloMedia, Apple Computer Inc. (1990).
  2. Richard Harper, Mervin P. Hanson, Richard A. Paselk, and John B. Russell. Visualization of the Abstract in Chemistry: Atomic Orbitals. Humboldt State University. (1990) [CD-ROM; software].
  3. Richard Harper, Mervin P. Hanson, Richard A. Paselk, and John B. Russell. Atomic Orbitals: the Black and White Version, Falcon Software Inc., Wentworth NH (1991) [software and manual].
  4. Richard Harper, Mervin P. Hanson, Richard A. Paselk, and John B. Russell. Atomic Orbitals, Falcon Software Inc., Wentworth NH (1991) [VHS video and manual].
  5. Richard Harper, Mervin P. Hanson, Richard A. Paselk, and John B. Russell. Lewis Structures, Falcon Software Inc., Wentworth NH (1992) [software and manual].
  6. Richard Harper, Mervin P. Hanson, Richard A. Paselk, and John B. Russell. Atomic Orbitals version 2.0, Intellimation, Santa Barbara, CA. (1995) [software and manual]
  7. Richard Harper, Mervin P. Hanson, Richard A. Paselk, and John B. Russell. Lewis Structures version 1.6, Intellimation, Santa Barbara, CA. (1995) [software and manual]
  8. Richard Harper, Mervin P. Hanson, Richard A. Paselk, and John B. Russell. VSEPR Theory, Intellimation, Santa Barbara, CA. (1995) [software and manual]
  9. Richard Harper, Mervin P. Hanson, Richard A. Paselk, and John B. Russell. Periodic Table, Intellimation, Santa Barbara, CA. (1995) [software and manual]
  10. Richard Harper, Mervin P. Hanson, Richard A. Paselk, and John B. Russell. Chemical Bonding Series. Intellimation, Santa Barbara, CA. (1995) [CD-ROM containing: 6 software modules(Atomic Orbitals-Color, Lewis Structures, VSEPR Theory, Atomic Spectra and Structure, Bonding I, and Periodic Table), their respective on-line manuals and introductory movies; a launcher for the programs and movies, documentation for the CD-ROM, and a 10 min Quicktime video about the production of the series.].

PRESENTATIONS TO CORPORATE GROUPS

  1. Richard A. Paselk, Richard Harper, and John B. Russell. Visualization of the Abstract in Chemistry.  Presentation to the Chemistry editors and their associates of McGraw-Hill Inc., McGraw-Hill Building, New York, NY (Nov. 15, 1989).
  2. Richard A. Paselk, Richard Harper, Mervin P. Hanson, and John B. Russell. Visualization of the Abstract in Chemistry.  Presentation to the Apple Computer Corp. Higher Education Group, Apple Higher Education Building, Cupertino, CA (January 10, 1990).
  3. Richard A. Paselk and Richard Harper. Visualization of the Abstract in Chemistry.  Presentation to the Chemistry editors and their associates of The Benjamin/Cummings Publishing Company, Stanford Court Hotel, San Francisco, CA (February 29, 1990).

PUBLISHED BOOK REVIEWS

  1. Devlin, Thomas M. ed, "Textbook of Biochemistry with Clinical Correlations"; published in: Biochemical Education 10 (4), 154, (1982).
  2. Lehninger, Albert L. "Principles of Biochemistry": published in J. Chem. Ed., 60 (7), A201-A202, (1983).
  3. Freifelder, David "Physical Biochemistry. Applications to Biochemistry and Molecular Biology" 2nd Ed.,: published in: J. Chem. Ed., 60 (11), A321-A322, (1983).
  4. Reid, Eric and Leppard, J.P. (eds.) "Drug Metabolite Isolation and Determination": published in: Biochem. Ed., 12 (3), 143, (1984).
  5. Goodman, Morris (ed.), "Macromolecular Sequences in Systematic and Evolutionary Biology"; published in: Biochem. Ed., 12 (4), 189, (1984).
  6. Chu, T. Ming, (ed.), "Biochemical Markers for Cancer"; published in : Biochem. Ed., 13 (1), 43. (1985).
  7. Hearn, Milton T.W. (ed.), "Peptide and Protein Reviews, vol. 1"; published in Biochemical Ed., 14 (1), 42 (1986).
  8. Hearn, Milton T.W., Reguier, Fred E. and Wehr, C. Timothy, (eds.) "High Performance Liquid Chromatography of Proteins and Peptides"; published in Biochemical Ed., 14 (1), 39, (1986).
  9. Van Holde, K.E., "Physical Biochemistry, 2nd ed."; published in J. Chem. Ed., 63 (8), A208, (1986).
  10. Brown, A.G. and Roberts, S.M. (eds.), "Recent Advances in the Chemistry of ß-Lactam Antibiotics", published in: Biochemical Ed., 15 (1), 51, (1987).
  11. Gait, M.J., "Oligonucleotide synthesis, a practical approach", published in: Biochemical Ed., 15 (1), 52, (1987).
  12. Barbieri, Marcello, "The Semantic Theory of Evolution", published in : Biochemical Ed., 15 (1), 50, (1987).
  13. Mathews, Harry R., Richard A. Freedland, and Roger L. Miesfeld, "Biochemistry: A Short Course", published in The Quarterly Review of Biology. 74, 216-7 (1999).

MUSEUM WORK (Exhibits, Installations, Web Museums, etc.)

  1. Docent, Clark Museum, Eureka, CA. (1982-1986). Cleaned and cataloged antique tool collection.
  2. Frogs an exhibit of photographs I have taken of exotic and unusual anurans (HSU Library, 1982.)
  3. Antique Hand Woodworking Tools. An exhibit of tools from the Clark Museum and private collections illustrating the development of hand tools in the Nineteenth Century. (HSU Library, 1984).
  4. From Analog to Digital Scientific Instruments. A display of early 20th century instruments for HSU compared to illustrations of the latest digital instruments with descriptive text. (Humboldt County Library, March-April 199; prepared at the request of librarian Marilyn Murphy.)
  5. HSU Chemistry Department Periodic display of the elements. Co-designed and installed with John B. Russell. A Periodic table with display specimens of all of the non-radioactive elements in the hall of Science A at HSU. (1995).
  6. The HSU Chemistry Department Scientific Instrument Virtual Museum, featuring approximately 20 instruments from the period of 1920-1935 was created and placed on the web. The museum was organized as a three-column table with a digitized photo, a descriptive title, and a scanned catalog description for each instrument. The descriptive tiles were also linked to individual pages including descriptions, paragraphs on usage, etc. (Spring 1997)
  7. The HSU Chemistry Department Scientific Instrument Museum site was reorganized, and two additional categories added to cover the periods of 1936-­1953 and 1954-­1970. For the earliest period, Humboldt State Teachers College, 1925-1934, I have transcribed all of the entries (approx. 200) for "scientific instruments and apparatus" from Humboldt's original inventory book, providing a unique record for the kinds of apparatus used in a typical teaching institution c. 1930. Instruments in the on-line museum are linked in this inventory. The number of instruments shown on-line was tripled, to about 60, complete with descriptions, short essays on use (including references to the literature), links to contemporary literature in the museum describing their uses, and scanned descriptions from contemporary catalogs. (Fall 1997)
  8. Reorganized and updated and expanded the Exhibits section of the Humboldt State University Natural History Museum web page. Over 440 images of unique fossils on display at the museum were photographed, digitally processed, indexed, and placed on the Museum's web site. For each of the 11 "Life through time" cases I wrote a brief narrative describing the time period and putting the fossils in context. To make these pages more visually interesting approximately 50 images of fossils and interpretations of prehistoric life from 19th century texts were scanned, digitized and placed on the appropriate pages. The Museum's Life Through Time mural was also digitized, image mapped and placed on the web. Photos of 23 different fossils associated with this mural at the museum were then linked to the mapped images of the live organisms on the mural to give an interactive mural. For these 23 images I also wrote and/or edited and digitized legends for each fossil. The 11 "Life through time" display cases at the museum may also be accessed via the timeline at the bottom of the web-based mural. (Fall 1997)
  9. Design and installation of the Robert A. Paselk Scientific Instrument Museum at the Humboldt State University library. This included museum case design, display design, installation of specimens, research on recommended museum labeling and creation and mounting of labels for all displayed instruments, design and installation of signs, (Fall 2000)
  10. Redesigned and reworked the entire web site for the Robert A. Paselk Scientific Instrument Museum, including new, improved navigational links on all pages (approx. 130 pages), new instrument pages, photography and digital processes of images, scanning and OCR of supporting contemporary literature, new descriptions and display text, a new page on the reception, etc.( Fall 2000)
  11. Precambrian case, HSU Natural History Museum. The culmination of over two years research and effort. Curated, designed, fabricated, installed, etc. this new display. Presented a 45 min talk on the Precambrian at the opening ceremonies at the NHM. (Fall 2002)
  12. Precambrian web pages for HSU Natural History Museum. Researched, designed, wrote, photographed, coded, and put web site on-line. (Fall 2002)
  13. Designed and fabricated shelves and mounts for displays created by Michael Lindquist, an HSU Geology student, for fossils for eight touch shelf displays at HSU Natural History Museum. (Spring 2003)
  14. Designed, fabricated, assembled and installed the Birds of the Redwoods bird call stand for the HSU Natural History Museum. (Summer 2003)
  15. The Chemical Refractometer. On-line special exhibit to accompany a special exhibit at Robert A. Paselk Scientific Instrument Museum, Chemistry dept. display space. (October, 2003)
  16. Co-leader, with Melissa Zeilinski, of the acquisition and installation of five major specimens from the California Academy of Sciences at the HSU Natural History Museum (August-September 2004).
  17. Photographed 40+ specimens, and fabricated custom mounts for two specimens in the new Cenozoic Mammals display (Summer-Fall 2004).
  18. Designed, researched, wrote and coded new web pages for the Horse display case, and created on-line Display case indexes for the six new cases in the Cenozoic Mammals display (Sp 2005).
  19. Richard A. Paselk. Co-designed and fabricated the custom “crab box” interactive display in the new Biodiversity display (Fall 2006).
  20. Richard A. Paselk. Designed and fabricated the custom “horse cave” display in the Cenozoic Mammals Horse display case ( Fall 2006).
  21. Designed, in collaboration with HSU Geology student Cerise McLaren, and fabricated two “touch shelves” in the new Cenozoic Mammals display at the HSU NH Museum, Spring 2006 (6-10 hr).
  22. Richard A. Paselk. Researched, rewrote, redesigned and posted the web pages for the 12 Phanerozoic cases in the Life Through Time displays at the HSU Natural History Museum. The the essays were brought up to date with age brought into correspondence with the Timeline 2004 project of the International Geophysical Union, The specimen descriptions were reorganized into a biologically meaningful context, including placement into cladistic categories within the “tree of life,” corresponding with the international Tree of Life project . Important geological occurrences in each Period are summarized and historical footnotes regarding the origins of the different Period names were added. (Fall 2007)
  23. Richard A. Paselk. Researched, designed and installed “The Chemist’s Balance at Humboldt State 1926–1986” a new display for the Scientific Instrument Museum in the new SA 4th floor stairwell display case. (Spring 2007)
  24. Collaborated with four HSU interpretation students (Amy Estrada, Richard Munoz, Jason Urror and Sarah Vellutini) in the research, design, and fabrication of the Chemical Glassware display in the new Scientific Instrument Museum display case in the 3rd floor east stairwell in Science A. (Spring 2007)
  25. Directed Biology senior project student Rachel Barnhart in the design and fabrication of the new Permian display case at the HSU Natural History Museum. I photographed all new specimens for this display, added to them the Museum's web site and updated the Permian page. (Spring 2008)
  26. Richard A. Paselk. Researched, designed and installed "From the Analytical & Physical Chemistry Lab, c. 1962" a new display for the Scientific Instrument Museum in the new SA 3rd floor stairwell display case. (Summer 2008)
  27. Designed, researched, wrote and coded new web pages for the “The Chemist’s Balance at Humboldt State 1926–1986” (2007-10).
  28. Designed, researched, wrote and coded new web pages for the "From the Analytical & Physical Chemistry Lab, c. 1962" (2008-10).
  29. Redesigned and reworked the the main and instrument pages for the Robert A. Paselk Scientific Instrument Museum to bring the site into ADA compliance and recommendations for visually impaired users. (Fall 2010)
  30. Updated, refurbished and installed 12 Life Through Time exhibit cases (Cambrian-Pennsylvania and Triassic-Neogene) at HSU's Natural History Museum, including extensive literature research for each time period and rewriting all text to bring displays up to date, arranging for and installing new tectonic maps, original artwork, and new timelines. (Spring–Fall 2011)
  31. Updated, refurbished and installed Echinoderm exhibit case at HSU's Natural History Museum, including, literature research for echinoderm groups,and rewriting text to bring displays up to date. Designed, researched, wrote and coded new web page for echinoderms (December 2011)
  32. Researched, designed and created a new exhibit, "Early North Coast Scientific Instruments. 1850 – c. 1950", for the new exhibit case in the main library display area of the Robert A. Paselk Scientific Instrument Museum (installed January 2012).
  33. Designed, researched, wrote and coded new web pages for the "Early North Coast Scientific Instrumentsc. 1850 – c. 1950", (uploaded February 2012).
  34. Updated and rewrote text, redesigned, coded and uploaded pages for 12 Life Through Time exhibit cases (Cambrian-Pennsylvania and Triassic-Neogene); brought all 13 Life Through Time exhibit pages into ADA compliance for design, including >350 alt tags; redesigned 29 case index pages to bring into ADA compliance for tables, alt tags (515) etc.; uploaded and checked/corrected links (>900) for all exhibit pages (Fall 2011–Fall 2012).
  35. Researched, designed and created a new exhibit, "Alexander von Humboldt’s Latin American Expedition (1799–1804): Instruments, Geography & Botany", for the new exhibit case in the main library display area of the Robert A. Paselk Scientific Instrument Museum (installed August 2013).
  36. Designed, researched, wrote and coded new web pages for the "Alexander von Humboldt’s Latin American Expedition (1799–1804): Instruments, Geography & Botany". (uploaded August 2013).
  37. Researched, designed and created a new exhibit, "Replicas and Restorations of Early Instruments by Richard A. Paselk", for the new exhibit case in the main library display area of the Robert A. Paselk Scientific Instrument Museum (installed January 2015).

PUBLIC PRESENTATIONS, WORKSHOPS, etc.

  1. Seminar: 19F-NMR Studies of Modified Insulins. Chemistry Department, CSU Fresno (1974).
  2. Seminar: 19F-NMR Studies of Modified Insulins. Chemistry Department, CSU Long Beach (1975).
  3. Lecture: Microtubules and Cell Architecture. Mt. San Jacinto College (1976).
  4. Seminar: 19F-NMR Studies of Modified Insulins. Chemistry Department, HSU (1977).
  5. Lecture: On the Origin of Life. Biology Department, HSU (1979).
  6. Workshop: taught carpentry to a Girl Scout Junior Patrol for a troop badge (six girls, 1979).
  7. Demonstration: Chemistry Magic Show for Mr. McClean's fifth grade class at Sunset School, Arcata (approx. one hour, F 1979).
  8. Lecture: Interstellar Chemistry. HSU Physics Department (Dec. 1979).
  9. Lecture: Interstellar Molecules and Life from Outer Space? Astronomers of Humboldt (Nov. 1979).
  10. Lecture/Demonstration: Talked about turtles and their adaptations using a live desert tortoise and turtle to Mrs. Paita's first grade class (approx. one hour, Sp 1980)
  11. Lecture/Demonstration: Microscopes and microscopy (brightfield, polarizing and diseecting) for Mr. McClean's fifth grade class at Sunset School, Arcata (approx. two hours, Sp 1980).
  12. Workshop: organized and ran a Summer Science Club for Fifth graders. Topic meetings included microscopes, chemical reactions, magnets and electricity, a nature walk, etc, (4–6 children/meeting, Su 1980).
  13. Lecture/Demonstrations: Chemical Magic Show and Talk. Mr. Cherney's 6th grade classfrom Pacific Union School (held at HSU Chem. Dept.; 03/24/81).
  14. Lecture: Molecular Chemistry in Interstellar Space. HSU Physics Department (1981).
  15. Lecture: The Origin of Planetary Systems. Astronomers of Humboldt (1981).
  16. Discussion panel member, Growth and Change in Adult Life. HSU (1981).
  17. Demonstration/talk: Chemical Magic Show. Arcata Cub Scouts. (04/29/82).
  18. Lecture/Demonstration: Food and Chemistry—What I do as a Biochemist. Mr. Cherney's 7th grade class, Pacific Union School (03/25/82)
  19. Lecture series: In the Beginning... From Atoms to Adam. A survey of modern speculations concerning the origins and distribution of matter and life in the Universe. One week lecture series for Elderhostel at HSU (July 11-17, 1982).
  20. Lecture series: Chemistry - Key to the Universe. A survey of modern chemistry illustrated with demonstrations. One week lecture series for Elderhostel at HSU (July 18-24, 1982).
  21. Lecture: The Development of the Clock and the Concept of Time in the Middle Ages.Society of Creative Anachromism, HSU & HSU History Club (1984).
  22. Lecture/Discussion: The Nature and Compatibility of Science and Religion Using the Creationist Debate as an Example. Methodist Youth Fellowship of Arcata Methodist Church, (1984).
  23. Lecture series: In the Beginning... From Atoms to Adam. See above - updated repeat of 1982 series. One week lecture series for Elderhostel at HSU (August 4-10, 1985)
  24. Introductory for Zymed Workshop. FASEB85. Anaheim CA (04/23/85).
  25. Lecture: Immunological Methods in Biochemistry. Chemistry Department, HSU, (Based on my consulting with Zymed, 1985).
  26. Workshop leader, Modern Analytical Chemical Instrumentation at HSU: Theory and Operation. First day of one-week Summer Chemistry for Teachers workshop presented at HSU (August 1985). Lectures and demostrations included theory and applicaions of absorption spectroscopy with demonstrations of UV-Vis and Atomic Absorption spectrometers; Theory and application of Capillary GLC and HPLC with demonstrations of HPLC reversed phase analysis and capillary GC-MSD.
  27. Discussion panel member, Darwin Centenary Symposia-Darwin, for Better or Worse. HSU (1985).
  28. Discussion panel member & lecturer, Shark Symposium. HSU (1985).
  29. Lecture: Current Gas Chromatography and GC/MS - Concepts and Clinical Applications. California Association of Medical Laboratory Technologists, St. Joseph's Hospital, Eureka, CA (1985).
  30. Lecture: The first one million years of the universe. Redwood Empire Chapter, ABWA (1985).
  31. Lecture/Discussion: Why Scientists are Male. Presentation to HSU ARCH (adult re-entrygroup, Sp. 1987).
  32. Guest Expert. Dioxin. KHSU Tuesday Night Talk (11/18/87)
  33. Lecture/Discussion. How the Brain Works. Presentation to HSU I.E.L.I (International English Language Institute, Sp. 1987).
  34. Lecture series: Alchemists and Astrologers - the origins and early history of science and technology. One week lecture series for Elderhostel at HSU exploring the origins and development of science and technology illustrated with ancient scientific instruments. (June 1988).
  35. Lecture/Discussion: Enivironmental Toxicology. Presentation sponsored by CCAT and HSU AS (2.5 hr, November 15, 1988)
  36. Lecture. Visualization of the Abstract in Chemistry: Atomic Orbitals. Seminar presented to the Chemistry Department and the campus community, Humboldt State University, (April 20, 1990).
  37. Lecture: Science in the Middle Ages (1200-1500) (SCA Barony of Aleshia Arts and Sciences Tourney, 1997). [http//www.Humboldt.edu/~rap1/public_html/EarlySciInstSite/Workshops/MedSciWrkshp.htm]
  38. Lecture: Science in the Middle Ages (1200-1500) (SCA West Kingdom Arts and Sciences Tourney, 1997). [http//www.Humboldt.edu/~rap1/public_html/EarlySciInstSite/Workshops/MedSciWrkshp.htm]
  39. Lecture: The Development of the Clock and the Concept of Time in the Middle Ages. (SCA West Kingdom Arts and Sciences Tourney, 1997). [http//www.Humboldt.edu/~rap1/public_html/EarlySciInstSite/Workshops/MedSciWrkshp.htm]
  40. Workshop for adolescent girls. Chemists Have the Solutions (Expanding Your Horizons, HSU: Sp1997).
  41. Workshop for Teachers and Parents. Home Work (Expanding Your Horizons, HSU: Sp1997).
  42. Presenter, “Science Mall” See an Atom, Build a Molecule (Expanding Your Horizons, HSU: Sp1997).
  43. Lecture: Astronomy, Calendars, and Time in the Middle Ages. (SCA West Kingdom Arts and Sciences Tourney, 1998). [http//www.Humboldt.edu/~rap1/public_html/EarlySciInstSite/Workshops/MedSciWrkshp.htm]
  44. Workshop: Medieval Scientific and Philosophical Instruments. Instruction on the fabrication and use of simple replica instruments. (SCA West kingdom Arts and Sciences Tourney, 1998). [http//www.Humboldt.edu/~rap1/public_html/EarlySciInstSite/Workshops/MedSciWrkshp.htm]
  45. Workshop for adolescent girls. Chemistry has the Solutions (Expanding Your Horizons, HSU: Sp1999).
  46. Workshop for Teachers and Parents. Home Work (Expanding Your Horizons, HSU: Sp1999).
  47. Lecture: Practical Medieval Astronomy. (SCA West Kingdom Arts and Sciences Tourney, 1999).
  48. Workshop: Medieval Scientific and Philosophical Instruments. Instruction on the fabrication and use of simple replica instruments. (SCA West Kingdom Arts and Sciences Tourney, 1999). [http//www.Humboldt.edu/~rap1/public_html/EarlySciInstSite/Workshops/MedSciWrkshp.htm]
  49. Workshop: Medieval Scientific and Philosophical Instruments. Instruction on the fabrication and use of simple replica instruments. (SCA Barony of Aleshia Arts and Sciences Tourney, 2000). [http//www.Humboldt.edu/~rap1/public_html/EarlySciInstSite/Workshops/MedSciWrkshp.htm]
  50. Workshop: Medieval Astronomical Timekeeping Instruments. Instruction on the fabrication and use of simple replica instruments. (SCA Barony of Aleshia Arts and Sciences Tourney, 2001). [http//www.Humboldt.edu/~rap1/public_html/EarlySciInstSite/Workshops/MedSciWrkshp.htm]
  51. Initiator and Co-Coordinator (with Spring Garrett) of Evolution! Lectures and Activities in Conjunction the the PBS Mini-Series sponsored by the HSU Natural History Museum and the HSU College of Natural Resources and Sciences in conjunction with the PBS mini-series, Evolution and KEET TV (20 September–5 October 2001).
  52. Lecture: Molecules, Evolution & Medicine. One-hour lecture sponsored by HSU Natural History Museum and HSU College of Natural Resources and Sciences in conjunction with the PBS mini-series, Evolution and KEET TV (20 September 2001).
  53. Presentation for high scholool teachers at the HSU Natural History Museum on Using the HSU NHM for teaching evolution. (19 October 2001).
  54. Workshop for Teachers and Parents. Home Work (Expanding Your Horizons, HSU: Sp 2001).
  55. Keynote speaker for the opening ceremonies of the Precambrian exhibit at the HSU Natural History Museum. (Fall 2002)
  56. Facilitator/scholar for The Research Revolution: Science and the Shaping of Modern Life a six week video/discussion series held at the Eureka Public Library under the sponsorship of National Video Resources, the HSU Library and the Eureka Public Library (March 26-April 30, 2003).
  57. Presenter/Workshop leader, Rough Science Activity Day, HSU Natural History Museum (February 22, 2003).
  58. Lecture: The Earth's First Four Billion Years: From the Solar Nebula to the Cambrian Explosion. One hour talk for Humboldt Preview, Humboldt State University, Arcata, CA. (Spring 2003).
  59. Workshop for Teachers and Parents. Home Work (Expanding Your Horizons, HSU: Sp 2003).
  60. Displayed and demonstrated/explained Medieval scientific instruments/science at St. Bernard's Catholic School 1st annual Medieval Festival (9 June 2003).
  61. Lecture: Precambrian Life. One hour talk for HSU Natural History Museum. (26 February 2004).
  62. Presenter: 8th Annual CalSoap College and Career Fair, HSU (9 March 2004).
  63. Lecture: Earth's First Four Billion Years - From the Solar Nebula to the Cambrian Explosion. One hour talk for Humboldt Preview (17 April 2004).
  64. Keynote Address: Demonstrations, Fun with Science, and Science Education California Math Council of the far North Annual Conference, "Keeping the Fun in Math and Science", Arcata CA (23 October 2004).
  65. Lecture: The Origin of the Solar System Public talk sponsored by HSU Natural History Museum and HSU College of Natural Resources and Sciences in conjunction with the PBS/Nova "Origins" series. (HSU 23 September 2004).
  66. Lecture: Life and its Beginning Public talk sponsored by HSU Natural History Museum and HSU College of Natural Resources and Sciences in conjunction with the PBS/Nova "Origins" series. (HSU 30 September 2004).
  67. Lecture: Geochemistry and Evolution in the Proterozoic invited talk for the HSU Geology Department Colloquium Speakers Series (HSU 15 November 2004).
  68. Presenter/Workshop leader, Meet the Scientists Discovery Day, HSU Natural History Museum (19 February 2005).
  69. Presenter: “Chemistry Magic Show”, Science Mall, Expanding Your Horizons, HSU (Sp 2005).
  70. Lecture: Geochemistry and Evolution in the Precambrian. One hour talk for Humboldt Preview (updated and added PowerPoint presentation - 9 April 2005).
  71. Workshop: Chemistry Institute Lead Instructor, Northcoast Mathematics and Science Initiative (NMSI). One-week intensive workshop on the foundations of inorganic chemistry for high school and upper grade school teachers (25 students, June 20–24, 2005 HSU).
  72. Presenter: “Spiders”-10th annual Natural History Halloween. Two-hour interactive presentation to museum visitors. HSU Natural History Museum (28 October 2005).
  73. Presenter: “Chemistry Magic Show”, Discovery Museum, Eureka, CA (29 October 2005).
  74. Presenter, with Jess Vickery: "An Explosive Night of Science", 4th Annual Science Night Extranvaganza kickoff for the 2006 Doris Niles Science Fair, Humboldt County Office of Education. Van Duzer auditorium, Humboldt State University. One-hour interactive chemistry demonstation show for approximately 300 3rd-12th students and parents (11 January 2006).
  75. Session Organizer: "The Art, Science, and Technology of Medieval Travel V: Medieval Navigational Instruments," 41st International Congress on Medieval Studies, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo MI (May 5, 2006).
  76. Presenter/Demonstrator with Sara Schechner (Harvard University): "Medieval Navigation Instruments, A reception with demonstrations." AVISTA reception at the 41st International Congress on Medieval Studies, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo MI (May 5, 2006).
  77. Presenter: “Chemistry Magic Show”, Discovery Museum Carnival, Eureka, CA (2 June 2006).
  78. Co-Presenter (with Eric Van Duzer), “5th Annual Science Night Extravaganza” HSU Van Duzer Theater. (11 January 2007).
  79. Science Mall presenter and mentor for student (Sara Downey) co-presenter (“Chemistry Magic Show”), Expanding Your Horizons. HSU (March 24, 2007)
  80. Lecture: “The Instruments and Intentions of Alexander von Humboldt: the South American Expedition of 1799-1804.” Presentation as part (second half) of Mathematics Colloqium, (October 18, 2007).
  81. Co-Presenter (with Richard Stepp), “6th Annual Science Night Extravaganza” HSU Van Duzer Theater. (16 January 2008; 1 hr presentation, 5 hr prep and cleanup).
  82. Member, panel on Science and the Clash of Ideas, for the 2008 Religion and Humanism forum at Humboldt State University (1 March 2008; 1 hr panel discussion, 5 hr forum attendance and 5 hr preparation).
  83. Lecture: “Early navigational instruments and the determination of latitude”; HSU Mathematics Colloquium invited speaker; (10 April 2008; 1 hr, 3 hr prep)
  84. Volunteer, "Big Bug Discovery Day." Interactive presentation/demonstrations to museum visitors on beetles and bugs. HSU Natural History Museum (4 October 2008; 5 hr activity; 1 hr prep).
  85. Volunteer, HSU Natural History Museum New Exhibits Reception. Interpreted new Permian exhibit case for visitors. HSU Natural History Museum (9 October 2008; 1.5 hr activity).
  86. Lecture: "Instruments of Medieval Astronomy"; HSU Mathematics Colloquium invited speaker; (23 October 2008; 1 hr, 10 hr prep)
  87. Presenter: “Chemistry Magic Show”, HSU Educational Talent Search, HSU campus, Arcata, CA (21November 2009; <1 hr, 2 hr prep/cleanup)
  88. Lecture: "The Problem of the Longitude and the Invention of the Sextant." HSU Mathematics Colloquium invited speaker; (Spring 2010; 1 hr, 20 hr prep)
  89. Presenter and mentor for student (Essene Waters) co-presenter : “Chemistry Magic Show”, Science Night at Freshwater, Freshwater School, Eureka, CA (1 April 2011; 2 hr,4 hr prep/cleanup).
  90. Instructor/Presenter: "Fossils and the Evolution of Life Through Time", six week course for Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI), Humboldt State University Natural History Museum (3/28/12 - 5/2/12; six two hour presentations @ 10–20 hr prep/cleanup each).
  91. Guest Lecturer: "Walk Through Time Exhibit", one-hour guided tour/lecture-discussion of Walk Through Time display cases at HSU NHM for Science, Media and Communication Institute: Ocean Sciences (5/22/2012, 3 hr prep).
  92. Instructor/Presenter with H.E. Harvey II: "Longitude & the Invention of Instruments for Navigation", three week course for Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI), Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center (9/5/2012 - 9/19/2012; three two hour presentations @ 10–20 hr prep/cleanup each).
  93. Instructor/Presenter: "Fossils and the Evolution of Life Through Time", six week course for Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI), Humboldt State University Natural History Museum (10/20/2012 - 10/1/2012; six two hour presentations @ 3–6 hr prep/cleanup each).
  94. Volunteer, "Humboldt State's 100th Birthday Festival" presentation/Q&A (fossil and animal specimens) at HSU Natural History Museum tables (25 August 2013; 3 hr activity; 1 hr prep).
  95. Instructor/Presenter: "Longitude & the Invention of Instruments for Navigation", three day course for Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI), Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center (10/1/2013 - 10/8/2013; three two hour presentations @ 4–6 hr prep/cleanup each).
  96. Instructor/Presenter: "Alexander von Humboldt’s Latin American Expedition (1799–1804): Instruments, Geography & Botany", one day course for Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) celebrating the namesake of HSU as part of HSU's Centennial celabration, Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center (10/1/2013 - 10/8/2013; one two hour presentation & 8–10 hr prep/cleanup).
  97. Presention/Tour. "Centennial Celebration 1913–2013, College of Natural Resources & Sciences—Scientific Instrument Museum" Introduction to the museum's special Centennial display on the Instruments and Observations of Alexander von Humboldt, namesake for HSU, and HSU's history of sceince education as documented in the Robert A. Paselk Scientific Instrument Museum. One hour presentation followed by 30 min tour of museum displays in Library; HSU Library Fishbowl, Room 209 & museum on Library 2nd floor. (3–4 hr preparation, 10/15/2013).
  98. Instructor/Presenter: "Longitude & the Invention of Instruments for Navigation", three day course for Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI), Humboldt Bay Aquatic Center ( Updated presentation from 2013 with materials from visit to the Longitude Act Tercentenial exhibit at RM Greenwich, Ships, Clocks and Stars: the Quest for Longitude, and discussion with Richard Dunn (August/14) and reading the the accompanying book by Dunn and Higgittt; three two hour presentations @ 1 hr cleanup each; 10/7/2014 - 10/14/2014).
  99. Instructor/Presenter: "Fossils and the Evolution of Life Through Time", three week course for Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI), Humboldt State University Natural History Museum (Repeat of 2013 OLLI course but at new NHM; five two hour presentations @ 3–4 hr prep/cleanup each; 4/7/2015 - 4/21/2015).
  100. Presenter. "Early Scientific Instruments inArt and Practice." one hout Power Point lecturewith demonstrations based on recent museum display ("Replicas and Restorations of Early Instruments by Richard A. Paselk". HSU Library Fishbowl, Room 209. (2–3 hr preparation, one hr set-up/cleanup; 8/12/2015).

PUBLISHED PHOTOGRAPHS

(Over 700 photos posted on HSU websites; over 100 photos are posted on reviewed external web-sites.)

  1. Blunt-nosed leopard lizard. PG&E Midway Substation Maintenance and Operations Guideline For Protecting Rare Plants and Animals (internal training brochure). Pacific Gas and Electric Company (2000).
  2. Rugose coral. Scientific American. 285, 43 (November 2001).
  3. Phytosaur teeth. Scientific American. 285, 43 (November 2001).
  4. Hatchling turtles and eggs. L’Odyssée de le science et de la technologie (activity book for Grade 6 Quebec students). Le Editions CEC inc. Anjou, Quebec. 33 (2002 & 2004).
  5. Mettler single-pan substitution balance. Luminaries of the Chemical Sciences (supplement to Today’s Chemist at Work.) American Chemical Society. 67. (2002).
  6. Frog (Rhacophorous sp). Science & Vie. 1023, 42 (December 2002)
  7. Chameleon. Cover photo for novel, Faking It by Nigel Planar. Arrow (Random House, UK), London. (2003).
  8. Clam fossil. Mary Blocksma. What’s on the Beach? A Great Lakes Treasure Hunt. Beaver Island Arts, Bay City, MI. 28 (2003).
  9. California king snake. HSU Natural History Museum membership brochure. (2003).
  10. Allosaurus skull cast. HSU Natural History Museum membership brochure. (2003).
  11. Four photos of students working in labs. HSU CNRS brochure. (2003).
  12. Astrolabe. Eric Evans. Domain-Driven Design. Addison-Wesley, Boston. 47 (2004).
  13. Fern fossil. Joseph Raver. Biology: Patterns and Processes of Life. J. M. Le Bel Publishers. 163, 175. (2004).
  14. 1893 Zeiss Abbe vs. B&L Abbe 3L Refractometer. NUNCIUS Annali di Storia della Scienza, XIX, fasc. 2 (2004).
  15. Pulfrish Refractometer by Hilger. NUNCIUS Annali di Storia della Scienza, XIX, fasc. 2 (2004).
  16. Astrolabe (photo on cover and in text). Linda Formichelli and W. Eric Martin. Tools of Timekeeping. Nomad Press, White River Junction, VT (2005).
  17. Water clock (photo on cover). Linda Formichelli and W. Eric Martin. Tools of Timekeeping. Nomad Press, White River Junction, VT (2005).
  18. Armillary sphere. Leigh Atkinson, “When the Pope was a Mathematician”, The College Mathematics Journal 36 (5 November 2005) p 360.
  19. Brachiopod (Platystophia acutilirata). "Ice-Age Survivors" Arts & Sciences Magazine. 3(1) Johns Hopkins University (Fall 2005).
  20. Tangent galvanometer. Alan Giambattista et. al. : College Physics 2/e. McGraw-Hill, New York. (2006).
  21. Zeiss Refractometer, circa 1920. Board on Physics and Astronomy. Instrumentation for a Better Tomorrow (Proceedings of a Symposium in Honor of Arnold Beckman). National Academies Press, Washington, D.C. (2006) p 19.
  22. Kamal. John B. Hattendorf (ed.). The Oxford Encyclopedia of Maritime History. Oxford University Press, Oxford (2007).
  23. Mariner's Astrolabe (digital image with components labeled). John B. Hattendorf (ed.). The Oxford Encyclopedia of Maritime History. Oxford University Press, Oxford (2007).
  24. Vernier sextant (digital image with components labeled). John B. Hattendorf (ed.). The Oxford Encyclopedia of Maritime History. Oxford University Press, Oxford (2007).
  25. Fifeteen fossil images on the cover of the Summer 2007 HSU Extended Education catalog (2007).
  26. Photo of fossilized leaf of the redwood, Sequoia, World Encyclopedia of Fossils and Fossil Collecting Anness Publishing Ltd (2007?).
  27. Five still photographic images of Permian-era fossils for use in Evergreen Films, LLC video production, Faces of the Earth for the Discovery Channel. (2007?)
  28. Blue Pacific Tree Frog image for HSU Natural History Museum post card (June 2008).
  29. Medieval mariner's compass replica (digital image) in The Art, Science, and Technology of Medieval Travel. Robert Bork and Andrea Kann (ed.). Ashgate (2008).
  30. Mariner's quadrant replica (digital image with components labeled) in The Art, Science, and Technology of Medieval Travel. Robert Bork and Andrea Kann (ed.). Ashgate (2008).
  31. Early mariner's astrolabe replica (digital image with components labeled) in The Art, Science, and Technology of Medieval Travel. Robert Bork and Andrea Kann (ed.). Ashgate (2008).
  32. Mariner's astrolabe replica (digital image with components labeled) in The Art, Science, and Technology of Medieval Travel. Robert Bork and Andrea Kann (ed.). Ashgate (2008).
  33. Kamal replica (digital image) in The Art, Science, and Technology of Medieval Travel. Robert Bork and Andrea Kann (ed.). Ashgate (2008).
  34. Cross-staff replica (digital image) in The Art, Science, and Technology of Medieval Travel. Robert Bork and Andrea Kann (ed.). Ashgate (2008).
  35. Fossil Sea Cucumber (digital image). Dr. Carl Werner. Living Fossils; Evolution : The Grande Experiment Vol. 2. New Leaf Press, Green Forest (2009).
  36. Seafloor Assemblage photograph published in How Life Works,W.H. Freeman and Co. (2012)
  37. Three photographs of fossils (Gastropod Busycon contrariuim (#464), Bivalve Chlamya (#439), and Pliocene echinoid (#458)) published in Wicande and Monroe, Historical Geology, 7th ed. Cengage Learning (2012).
  38. Marbled Salamander (Ambystoma opacum) photo published in Become A Citizen Scientist brochure from the Grandview Chase Condominium Association and Penn State Extension, Lancaster, PA (2014).
  39. Gastroliths photo published in Sally Lee. Apatosaurus. Capstone, Mankato (2015).

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